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Operations - Supply Chain Management

The Last 100 Feet of the Supply Chain Can RFID navigate through the "black hole"? Today, the battleground for maximization of supply chain performance depends largely on execution in the last 100 feet—the distance between the receiving docks of a retail store and its customer checkout counters. While new systems and technology have improved the visibility of goods from manufacturing to store delivery, they appear to fall into a "black hole" once they reach the retailer's receiving dock, either directly from the supplier or through the retailer's distribution center. The operational steps currently undertaken in the final 100 feet are burdened by inaccuracies, delays, and suboptimal in-store execution. 2008






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